Time tracking in Asana

Everhour natively adds time controls right inside your Asana interface.
No manual projects setup. Less clicks to track time

1-minute setup. No credit card required
Time tracking and estimates inside Asana
Set your budget in hours or money, and create a threshold email notification
Configure any project as billable
Track time using the timer or log time manually. See the time reported by each employee and the progress towards the original estimate
See the timer and reported time next to each subtask
See all your time for a Day or Week. Start the timer or add time and comments for the tasks you have been working on

How Everhour improves Asana?

After you successfully connected Everhour and Asana, there are multiple
cool features you can start using direct in your Asana interface

Time next to your tasks

You'll see a timer, estimate, and reported time next to the task title, as well as total time, displayed by section, custom field or for the entire project.

Time and estimates along task title
Works with subtasks

Time in task details

In the task details, you’ll see the time reported by each employee and its progress, plus time on parent and subtasks. You can track time using the timer or log time manually.

Project budget

Configure any project as billable. Set your budget in hours or money, and set up a threshold email notification.

Watch budgets
Exclude non-billable time

Mark task as “non-billable”

Exclude the time spend on certain task from the billable amount calculation when you invoice your client.

My Timesheet button

Quickly look at all your timekeeping for a Day or Week as well as start the timer or add time and comments for the tasks you have been working on.

Timesheet modal
Time on home

Time on Homepage

Don’t waste time searching for progress updates on your most important projects.

Time on Portfolios

Estimate and reported time will be displayed on Asana's Portfolio page.

Time is portfolio
Project summary

Project summary

Summary of the time spent on the project, budget usage, time tracked via timer or manually, and billable vs non-billable work.

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Why choose Everhour?

Here is why Asana + Everhour is the best time tracking integration on the market

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1. Quick setup

When you connect Asana with Everhour, we sync all your active projects so that you can start tracking time right away. No manual project setup required.

2. Less employee teaching

You don’t need to explain to your staff how to use additional software. Time tracking controls will appear right inside their Asana interface, making it easy for them to track time.

3. Accuracy

Employees often forget to track time as it's not convenient for them to switch between apps. Everhour eliminates this friction and improves time tracking accuracy.

4. Estimates always in front of you

Everhour shows time vs estimate beside task titles. When the entire team sees progress on tasks, they will hold you accountable to ensuring work is done.

5. Automatic updates

When you add a new project or change the name of the existing task in Asana, Everhour will sync this change automatically. That means your reports will always show the freshest data.

6. Detailed reports

Reports in Everhour let you categorize time using various information from Asana tasks such as tags, sections or custom fields. So you can dive deeper into analysis to get more accurate results.

What else Everhour can do for you?

Alongside the controls that we directly embedded into Asana's interface,
you'll get access to lots of amazing features through our site

  • Project budgeting

    Track time and monitor budgets. Receive timely email notifications

  • Timesheets

    Easy to use online timesheets. Review and approve time spent. Lock further editing

  • Team pulse

    Quickly find who’s tracking time, who’s overworked, and who can handle more

  • Task management

    Simple project management and time tracking under one roof

  • Resource planning

    View your team’s schedule or project portfolio on a single page

  • Invoicing

    Easily create an invoice based on tracked time and expenses

Project budgeting Timesheets Team pulse Task management Resource planning Invoicing

Your questions. Answered!

Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions. Got others or some ideas? — Contact us!

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How to sign up?

Click on Try with my Asana and connect with us. Next, install our browser extension. And, that's it! Open your Asana and start tracking time.

How does sync work?

Everhour automatically syncs your Asana projects. It also keeps track of changes of project and task titles, in order to reflect the newest title on the timesheet. This is a striking difference with other tools where they force you to manually duplicate projects, match and change them.

What if not all my Asana users need time tracking?

No problem. You can invite and pay only for those Asana users who are going to track time and use other Everhour features.

Will someone else (like my clients) see my time?

Only those people who are a part of your Everhour team and installed our browser extension can see time-related data in Asana.

How to invite other team members?

After you register your Everhour account and connect it with Asana, you can track time only for yourself. To invite teammates, you should go to the Everhour team page and manually invite your team by entering their emails. Each employee should finish the signup flow and connect their Asana account.

Does Everhour work on Asana's native apps?

Unfortunately, due to technical reasons, this is not possible. Only folks at Asana can decide to integrate with Everhour. No other time tracker can do this.